The latest updates on what's happening at Holiday Manor.
3/30/21 Newsletter End of Season: Next Tuesday, April 6th, will be the last issue of the Happenings for this season. I would like to thank all the people that helped in printing, delivering, contributing articles, and electronically sending out the newsletter. A special thanks to Carolyn Mons, who gets up at the crack of dawn on Tuesday mornings to print out the newsletter and to Kathy Kelly who filled in for me when I had my surgery. Many of us look forward to receiving the newsletter which keeps us connected and is a source of information for us. Thanks to all of you! Sally Carlson Desmond.
3/30/21 SCREENROOM: When using the Screen room for parties, games, etc. Please remember to clean up when you leave by wiping up any tables and chairs you used. Also be sure to sweep around your area and mop up any spills that may have occurred. There are brooms, mops, pails, and cloths for this in the south corner of the screen room (temporarily). We will eventually have a free-standing closet to house these items. Please put away any extra tables/chairs you got out and put all trash in the bins. Be sure to close all windows on the south side of the building as this is where the rains usually come in. (if it looks like rain, please close them all) Turn off all lights and fans.
SCREENROOM CLEAN-UP INSTRUCTIONS
3/30/21 From The Manager: For all the Shareholders leaving for the summer, below is a link to the Summer Checklist to secure your homes during your time away. As always, please sign "out and in" any time you are leaving and arriving at Holiday Manor. This applies to your overnight guests as well. It is very important for the Office to have this information in case of any emergencies that may arise.
Our new grill at the Screen Room is completed and ready for use as of 3-30-2021.
Safe travels and enjoy the summer. We look forward to seeing you in the fall. Thank you. Elaine Beck. CAM
4/6/21 Social Club - This is the last newsletter of the season but not the least. The Social Club has more volunteer jobs than you can imagine but there is one job that is difficult to fill. We are blessed having Cheech, who has generously volunteered time and time again in crushing cans. Of course, the cans would not be there, if it were not for the residents taking the time to donate them. Considering that we got a late start this season, and that we were minus residents, Cheech managed to turn over $247.40.
Many thanks to Cheech and to everyone who helped the Social Club in any way and the office workers, Elaine and Kim who helped whenever needed.
Sally Desmond has been the hub getting the newsletter to press. She makes us smile with her comical illustrations and is conscientious about following the guidelines of the newsletter, checking out anything that may be questionable.
See you next season. Dianna Couto 184 Willow Lane